Epoxy can be used to repair rotted wood on homes.  Areas such as window and door trim can become rotted over time.  Epoxy can be used to repair this rotten wood in an economical fashion.

From the video

This Old House general contractor Tom Silva saves a rotting window with a two-part epoxy filler. (See below or a shopping list and tools.)

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Shopping List for How to Fix Rotted Wood with Epoxy:
– two-part epoxy, used to rebuild rotted areas
– painter’s tape, for masking off area around the repair
– long, straight board, used as a straightedge4. Lexan panel, for use as an easel for mixing epoxy
– 100- and 120-grit sandpaper, used to smooth hardened epoxy
– primer and paint, used to finish the repair

Tools for How to Fix Rotted Wood with Epoxy:
– router or cut-out tool fitted with a V-shaped bit, used to grind out rotted wood
– paint scraper, used for scraping off paint from wood surfaces
– plastic putty knives, used to apply epoxy
– aviation snips, used for cutting profile of wood trim into plastic putty knife
– double-barrel caulking gun, used to dispense two-part epoxy
one-and-a-half inch paintbrush
– 1-inch-wide paintbrush, used to apply bonding agent to wood
– 3-inch paintbrush, used to apply primer and paint